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Order Paper - TUESDAY, 11 FEBRUARY 2003

FINAL
No. 35
Order Paper
TUESDAY, 11 FEBRUARY 2003
Sitting hours 2 pm to 6 pm and 7.30 pm to 10 pm
ORDER OF BUSINESS
PRIME MINISTER’S STATEMENT Unlimited
DEBATE ON PRIME MINISTER’S STATEMENT
Leader of the Opposition and specified party leaders 20 minutes
Other members 10 minutes
Whole debate 14 hours

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Tuesday, 11 February 2003 2

BUSINESS BEFORE THE HOUSE
GOVERNMENT ORDERS OF THE DAY

Name of bill, Minister in charge of bill, stage of consideration, bill’s reference number, and times for debate
1. Appropriation (2001/02 Financial Review) Bill 20-1 No debate
Hon Dr Michael Cullen First reading
(Introduced 6 December 2002)
2. Health (Screening Programmes) Amendment Bill 214-1 10 x 10 m speeches
Hon Annette King Interrupted debate on first remaining
reading
(Debate interrupted 15 October 2002)
3. Consumer Credit Bill 2-1 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon Judith Tizard First reading
(Introduced 17 September 2002)
4. Telecommunications (Interception Capability) Bill 15-1 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon Lianne Dalziel First reading
(Introduced 12 November 2002)
5. Income Tax Bill 11-1 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon Dr Michael Cullen First reading
(Introduced 13 November 2002)
6. Imports and Exports (Restrictions) Amendment Bill 217-1 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon John Tamihere First reading
(Introduced 21 May 2002)
7. Hazardous Substances and New Organisms (Stockholm 218-1 12 x 10 m speeches
Convention) Amendment Bill
Hon Marian Hobbs First reading
(Introduced 21 May 2002)
8. Independent Police Complaints Authority Amendment 18-1 12 x 10 m speeches
Bill
Hon Phil Goff First reading
(Introduced 4 December 2002)
9. New Zealand Symphony Orchestra Bill 25-1 12 x 10 m speeches
Rt Hon Helen Clark First reading
(Introduced 10 December 2002)
10. Statutes Amendment Bill (No 3) 24-1 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon Rick Barker First reading
(Introduced 10 December 2002)
11. Wool Industry Restructuring Bill 26-1 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon Jim Sutton First reading
(Introduced 11 December 2002)
12. Television New Zealand Bill 185-2
Hon Steve Maharey Committee stage
13. Government Superannuation Fund Amendment Bill 223-2 12 x 10 m speeches
(No 2)
Hon Dr Michael Cullen Second reading
(Report of the Government Administration Committee presented 4 December 2002)
14. Taxation (Annual Rates, Maori Organisations, Taxpayer 213-2 12 x 10m speeches
Compliance and Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill
Hon Dr Michael Cullen Second reading
(Report of the Finance and Expenditure Committee presented 9 December 2002)
15. Wine Makers Amendment Bill 8-2A 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon Jim Sutton Second reading
(Formerly part of the Wine Bill. Report of the Primary Production Committee presented 2 December 2002)
16. Government Communications Security Bureau Bill 122-2 6 x 10 m speeches
Rt Hon Helen Clark Interrupted debate on second remaining
reading
(Debate interrupted 19 November 2002)
Tuesday, 11 February 2003 3
17. Minimum Wage Amendment Bill 137-1
Hon Margaret Wilson Committee stage
18. Motor Vehicle Sales Bill 167-2
Hon Judith Tizard Committee stage
19. Racing Bill 135-2
Hon Mark Gosche Committee stage
20. Resource Management Amendment Bill 313-2 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon Marian Hobbs Consideration of report (Local
Government and Environment)†
(Report presented 8 May 2001)
21. Maori Television Service Bill 171-2 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon Parekura Horomia Second reading†
(Report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 7 May 2002)
22. Social Workers Registration Bill 155-2 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon Steve Maharey Second reading†
(Report of the Social Services Committee presented 4 April 2002)
23. Commissioner for Children Bill 153-2 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon Steve Maharey Second reading
(Report of the Social Services Committee presented 5 April 2002)
24. Biosecurity Amendment Bill 147-2 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon Jim Sutton Second reading
(Report of the Primary Production Committee presented 13 November 2001)
25. Consumer Protection (Definitions of Goods and Services) 154-2 12 x 10 m speeches
Bill
Hon Judith Tizard Second reading
(Report of the Commerce Committee presented 18 November 2002)
26. Fair Trading Amendment Bill (No 3) 192-2 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon Judith Tizard Second reading
(Report of the Commerce Committee presented 18 November 2002)
27. National Library of New Zealand (Te Puna Matauranga 202-2 12 x 10 m speeches
o Aotearoa) Bill
Hon Marian Hobbs Second reading
(Report of the Education and Science Committee presented 19 November 2002)
28. Responsible Gambling Bill 200-2 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon George Hawkins Second reading†
(Report of the Government Administration Committee presented 19 November 2002)
29. War Pensions Amendment Bill (No 2) 187-2 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon George Hawkins Second reading
(Report of the Social Services Committee presented 26 November 2002)
30. Land Transport (Street and Illegal Drag Racing) 216-2 12 x 10 m speeches
Amendment Bill
Hon Paul Swain Second reading
(Report of the Law and Order Committee presented 29 November 2002)
31. Hop Industry Restructuring Bill 206-2 12 x 10m speeches
Hon Damien O’Connor Second reading
(Report of the Primary Production Committee presented 4 December 2002)
32. Police Amendment Bill (No 2) 145-1 6 x 10 m speeches
Hon George Hawkins Interrupted debate on second remaining
reading
(Debate interrupted 27 November 2001)
33. State Sector Amendment Bill 143-1
Hon Trevor Mallard Committee stage
Tuesday, 11 February 2003 4
34. Sale of Liquor Amendment Bill (No 3) 333-2
Hon Phil Goff Interrupted debate on motion
for Instruction and
committee stage
(The motion for Instruction is: That it be an instruction to the committee
of the whole House on the Sale of Liquor Amendment Bill (No 3) that it have
the power to consider and, if it thinks fit, adopt the amendments set out on
Supplementary Order Paper No 138 (Hon Phil Goff))
(Debate interrupted 1 May 2001)
35. Criminal Justice Amendment Bill (No 7) 328-2 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon Phil Goff Consideration of Report (Health)
(Report presented 30 April 2001)
36. Intellectual Disability (Compulsory Care) Bill 329-2 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon Ruth Dyson Consideration of report
(Health)†
(Report presented 30 April 2001)
37. Crimes Amendment Bill (No 6) 322-2 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon Phil Goff Consideration of report (Law
and Order)
(Report presented 20 July 2001)
38. Arms Amendment Bill (No 2) 312-1 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon George Hawkins Consideration of report (Law
and Order)
(Report presented 22 February 2001)
39. Conservation (Protection of Trout as a Non-commercial 238-2
Species) Amendment Bill
Hon Marian Hobbs Committee stage
40. Local Government Law Reform Bill (No 2) 307-2 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon Chris Carter Consideration of report (Internal
Affairs and Local Government)
(Report presented 9 September 1999)
41. Children, Young Persons, and Their Families 287-1
Amendment Bill (No 2)
Hon Steve Maharey Committee stage
42. Taonga Maori Protection Bill 166-1
Hon John Tamihere Committee stage
Reserves and Other Lands Disposal Bill 207-1 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon John Tamihere Second reading
(Report of the Primary Production Committee presented 13 December 2002)
Ngati Ruanui Claims Settlement Bill 215-2 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon Margaret Wilson Second reading
(Report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 16 December 2002)
Counter-Terrorism Bill 27-1 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon Phil Goff First reading
(Introduced 17 December 2002)
Copyright (Parallel Importation of Films and Onus of 14-1 12 x 10 m speeches
Proof) Amendment Bill
Hon Judith Tizard First reading
(Introduced 17 December 2002)
Crown Minerals Amendment Bill 174-2 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon Harry Duynhoven Second reading†
(Report of the Commerce Committee presented 23 December 2002)
Radio New Zealand Amendment Bill 29-1 12 x 10 m speeches
Hon Steve Maharey First reading
(Introduced 23 December 2002)
(†Bill contains majority amendments)
Tuesday, 11 February 2003 5

PRIVATE AND LOCAL ORDERS OF THE DAY

Name of bill, member in charge of bill, stage of consideration, bill’s reference number, and times for debate
1. Palmerston North Reserves Empowering Amendment 30-1 12 x 10 m speeches
Bill
Hon Steve Maharey First reading
(Introduced 30 January 2003)

MEMBERS’ ORDERS OF THE DAY

Name of bill, member in charge of bill, stage of consideration, bill’s reference number, and times for debate
1. International Treaties Bill 67-1 12 x 10 m speeches
Keith Locke Second reading
(Report of the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee presented 25 November 2002)
2. Prostitution Reform Bill 66-2 12 x 10 m speeches
Tim Barnett Second reading†
(Report of the Justice and Electoral Committee presented 29 November 2002)
3. Holidays (Four Weeks Annual Leave) Amendment Bill 12-1 8 x 5 m speeches
Hon Matt Robson Interrupted debate on first remaining
reading 5 m in reply
(Debate interrupted 4 December 2002)
4. Status of Redundancy Payments Bill 13-1 2 x 10 m speeches
Mark Peck First reading 8 x 5 m speeches
(Introduced 7 November 2002) 5 m in reply
5. Films, Videos, and Publications Classification (Meaning 21-1 2 x 10 m speeches
of Objectionable) Amendment Bill 8 x 5 m speeches
Marc Alexander First reading 5 m in reply
(Introduced 5 December 2002)
6. National Certificate in Educational Achievement 22-1 2 x 10 m speeches
Moratorium Bill 8 x 5 m speeches
Donna Awatere Huata First reading 5 m in reply
(Introduced 5 December 2002)
7. Police Complaints Authority (Conditional Name 23-1 2 x 10 m speeches
Protection) Amendment Bill 8 x 5 m speeches
Dr Paul Hutchison First reading 5 m in reply
(Introduced 5 December 2002)
Name of report, parliamentary paper number, and select committee
8. Inquiry into adverse effects on women as a result of treatment by
Dr Graham Parry I. 6A
Health
(Report presented 22 October 2002; Government response presented 17 January 2003)
9. International treaty examination of the Agreement on the Privileges
and Immunities of the International Criminal Court
Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade
(Report presented 31 October 2002)
10. Inquiry into the 2001 local elections
Justice and Electoral
(Interim report presented 7 November 2002)
11. Recommended sitting programme for 2003
Business
(Report presented 2 December 2002)
12. Procedures for Appointment of an Officer of Parliament I. 15A
Officers of Parliament
(Report presented 6 December 2002)
Tuesday, 11 February 2003 6
13. Auditor-General’s annual plan for 2003/04
Finance and Expenditure
(Special report presented 11 December 2002)
14. Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s Monetary Policy Statement
November 2002
Finance and Expenditure
(Report presented 11 December 2002)
15. Inquiry into the implementation of the National Certificate of
Educational Achievement
Education and Science
(Report presented 12 December 2002)
16. Review of the Standing Orders: the publication of legislation and
parliamentary information I. 18A
Standing Orders
(Interim report presented 16 December 2002)
17. Member’s Notice of Motion No 1
(†Bill contains majority amendments)

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Tuesday, 11 February 2003 7

NOTICES OF MOTION
MEMBERS’

1. H V ROSS ROBERTSON to move, That this House congratulates New
Zealand food company Rio Beverages, which won a gold award in the annual SIAL d’Or
Awards for innovative food products, judged in Paris, for its Ikon Energize Tabnology.
(Lodged 17 December 2002)

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